Co-manager Christi Colucci prepares the beer taps for the day’s customers Aug. 27 at the Lowes Foods store in Holly Springs. The grocery story now offers refillable growlers of local beers as part of the new look the stores are getting.
Co-manager Christi Colucci prepares the beer taps for the day’s customers Aug. 27 at the Lowes Foods store in Holly Springs. The grocery story now offers refillable growlers of local beers as part of the new look the stores are getting. cseward@newsobserver.com
Co-manager Christi Colucci prepares the beer taps for the day’s customers Aug. 27 at the Lowes Foods store in Holly Springs. The grocery story now offers refillable growlers of local beers as part of the new look the stores are getting. cseward@newsobserver.com

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